What do you do with the Striped Toga variety of eggplant? Is it even edible?
A: This curious and attractive little eggplant may be grilled on skewers, sautéed or fried. Because of its colorful, small fruits, it may be grown strictly as an ornamental or novelty in a flower garden.
Georgia farmers grow numerous varieties of eggplant including green, orange, purple, slender, fat and white ones. If you only know the giant, dark purple ones you see at the supermarket, give another variety a try.